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A boy from Abergynolwyn who was on an alternative education programme from the age of 14 has secured his dream job thanks to Careers Wales.
More than 3,000 Swansea pupils have been learning about potential future career options at an event hosted at the Waterfront Museum and Swansea’s LC2 leisure centre.
A group of Cardiff pupils hear all about the jobs, skills and industries of the future at an event hosted by Careers Wales at Cardiff Metropolitan University’s FabLab
A secondary school in Gwynedd is celebrating after winning the prestigious Careers Wales Mark for the first time.
The number of Welsh school-leavers who are known to be NEET is at a six-year low, according to new research published today by Careers Wales.
North Wales pupils were invited to attend a careers event at Ysgol y Gogarth, Llandudno, this week to find out about the different career opportunities available to them after leaving school.
A Swansea Secondary School has got the grade after becoming one of only a handful of schools in South Wales to receive the prestigious Careers Wales Mark.
A Conwy Secondary School has got the grade after receiving the prestigious Careers Wales Mark for the second time.
Students from Tonyrefail School have been crowned winners of the first inter-region construction design challenge hosted by Careers Wales, Business in the Community (BITC) and construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall.
A local housing association has been able to provide interview workshops to Pen Y Cwm Special School using the new Careers Wales Education Business Exchange (EBE) platform.
Caerphilly County Borough Council and Careers Wales hosted a second Live Vacancy Event to coincide with National Apprenticeship Week. The event brought together more than 60 employers and training providers to offer apprenticeships and job opportunities to those aged 16 to 24.
An Aberdare man who struggled with choosing a career path is now on track for a promising future in the sports industry after receiving help and guidance from Careers Wales.
Around 3,500 young people from all over Powys visited the second Powys Careers Festival at Builth Wells.
Students from high schools, special schools and further education campuses visited the 2018 festival which was organised by the Positive Pathways Powys Group, where they had the opportunity to talk to more than 110 exhibitors.
Two 16-year-old friends and former Bassaleg School students have been offered apprenticeships with Lloyds Bank, thanks to a unique partnership between the business and the school.
Aberystwyth University welcomed pupils from every secondary school in Ceredigion on Tuesday 27 February, for an interactive careers and skills event.
A Gwynedd Secondary School has got the grade after receiving the prestigious Careers Wales Mark.
The next generation of talented young innovators were challenged at a Careers Wales event to encourage STEM careers.
Teams of year nine pupils from local schools have taken part in a series of business challenges at a Careers Wales event held at Wrexham’s Glyndwr University.
Eluned Morgan, Minister for Welsh Language and Lifelong Learning has announced the appointment of Liz Harris and Emma Richards as Members of the Career Choices Dewis Gyrfa Ltd (CCDG), trading as Careers Wales Board.
Pupils in Wales are set to benefit from a new platform that will link thousands of Welsh employers with schools, to facilitate ongoing opportunities for engagement with employers.
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